Superior Environmental Corp. (Superior) is a Client-focused firm that develops and implements innovative and cost-effective solutions for the various environmental issues facing our Clients in manufacturing, transportation, petroleum, energy, infrastructure, real estate, as well as those in State and Local Governmental Units.
Our goal is to be responsive to our customer’s business needs, effectively becoming a member of their environmental team. We work with them to develop appropriate solutions to their business challenges. Superior has a basic philosophy and a long history of providing innovative approaches and remediation solutions since our founding in 1989.
When you entrust your project to us, it means you'll have full access to our extensive expertise and experience. Superior provides services in many key areas involving environmental consulting, engineering, and construction. We also provide a wide range of services to meet our client’s compliance needs for both current and historical environmental issues. Superior has conducted thousands of Phase I, II, and III Environmental Site Assessments and investigations for properties impacted by environmental contaminants, and implemented various response strategies for contaminated sites. Superior offers multidisciplinary resources, leadership in the field, and a history of positive results.
Our company mission is to achieve customer satisfaction by gaining a complete understanding of your challenges, needs, and expectations. From science to relationships, we are here to provide cost-effective solutions through results and service. Superior’s staff is solutions-oriented!
Superior’s professional staff is comprised of degreed engineers, scientists, and technicians. We have experience with implementing remediation strategies based on the specific site conditions and the needs of our clients.
Superior personnel have significant experience and capability in the assessment and management of environmental situations including:
· Regulatory consulting
· Real estate transactions
· Brownfield redevelopment
· Geotechnical services
· Environmental impact statements
· Wetland assessments
· Health and safety plans
· Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training
· Industrial compliance audits, and
· Assessment of the source and extent of environmental contamination in soils, sediments, surface water, and/or groundwater.